On July 19, KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia will allow visa-on-arrival to six more entry points for Chinese voyagers, the authority reported on Friday.

Malaysia's home ministry declared the new measures for travelers from China and India with an expected heightened flow for the Visit Malaysia Year 2020 battle.

The visa is contingent anyhow and those looking to use it must enter the nation through Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia or Brunei and is liable to a similar safety measure at any of the nation's universal entry points effective July 15, Ministry of Home Affairs said in an announcement.

The areas consist of the Langkawi International Airport, Bukit Kayu Hitam Immigration, Customs, Quarantine and Security Complex (ICQS) in Kedah express that clocks Thailand, the Sungai Tujoh ICQS that outskirts Brunei, ship terminal the Labuan Island, Miri International Airport in Sarawak state and the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah International Airport in Selangor state.

The move consists of entry requests to encourage section for voyagers from the two nations, for example, diminishing the required measure of cash held by vacationers upon passing from 1,000 U.S. dollars to 500 U.S. dollars.

Different measures incorporate expanding the duration of the visa from seven days to fifteen days and diminishing the cost from 330 ringgit (80 U.S. dollars) to 200 ringgit (48 U.S. dollars), with the ministry saying the measures were to build up universal visitor arrivals and to support spending during their remain.

In the news, the visa on arrival program applies to Chinese sightseers arriving from Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore by means of five airplane terminals: Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Senai International Airport in southern Johor state, Kota Kinabalu International Airport in Sabah state, Kuching International Airport in Sarawak state, and Penang International Airport in Penang state.

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